About Bill Wagner
His technical time is spent between curly braces, primarily with C#. He’s the author of the best selling “Effective C#”, now in its second edition, and “More Effective C#”. His articles have appeared in MSDN Magazine, the C# Developer Center, Visual C++ Developer’s Journal, Visual Studio Magazine, ASP.NET Pro, .NET Developer’s Journal and more. He’s written hundreds of technical articles for software developers. He actively blogs about technical and business topics at http://www.srtsolutions.com/
In addition to his business and technical accomplishments, Bill is an active community participant. He volunteers as a math tutor for the Manchester, Mich. schools, where he works to inspire high schoolers to consider a technical career.
He received his B.S. in Computer Science from the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.
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